|Ron Rogers (#47264528)|
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I'm a true, 4th generation, Oregon native that has been doing geneology on my family for the past 30 years. Because of the great job I (currently) have, I'm able to drive around the United States, work on a book that I'm currently writing, Generals of the American Civil War, and also do my own family search. Because of all the help I have received from friends, relatives and a whole lot of fine people here on Find A Grave, I'm ready and willing to help others find their "Lost" loved ones when I'm in any certain area by looking under photo requests.|
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|Alice Morton||Hi Ron|
The pictures turned out great..
|BeLinda Davis||Davis photos|
Thank you Ron for taken the photos of Clarence and Lillie Davis' headstones.
|K Michel||Daniel Webster McKinney|
Ron, Thank you for taking the time to locate and photograph the grave site.
Added by K Michel on Feb 24, 2015 8:35 AM
|Debbie Ellsworth Hamernick||Lorell Alvin Jackson|
You recently notified me that Lorell was not buried at Laurel Hills. His death certificate is quite specific even indicating the date of burial there. Do you have contact information so I can call them. I have a feeling he may have no headstone.
Is the Vetch Funeral Home still in business in the area?
|Bob Wilson||Peter McMartin photo request|
Thank you very much for your work on this request; I really appreciate it!
Have a fantastic week!
|Ronald Hall||L. Webster's Grave Photo|
Thank you so much for taking a higher resolution photo of my great maternal grandmother's grave stone! Louisa Leila Webster was born on 25 Feb 1872 in (I believe) La Crescent, Minnesota. (A ship's passenger record shows she was born in The Cross, Minnesota) She was the daughter of Orson Warren Webster, a Civil War veteran who served in Wisconsin's 3rd Infantry Regiment.
P.S. I know her gravestone shows her first name as "Louise" but I have a copy of her marriage certificate that shows her name was "Louisa".
Thank you for the picture of Alexander W. Thompson's grave photo! I know it takes time and effort to go out and take these pictures and I appreciate it so much!
|RLWirtz||RE: Sure Franklin|
She's all yours. Glad to be of service.
Added by RLWirtz on Jun 15, 2014 8:57 AM
|Stevie Seber||Thank You|
Thank you, Ron Rogers, it's a very nice picture, I'm glad you were able to locate Samuel Gaines so quickly. Best of luck with your next photo request.
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